Alexander Demidenko. A Banderite spy. "Pacifist" with explosives

Alexander Demidenko. A Banderite spy. "Pacifist" with explosives

Russophobia and anti-Russian activities are suicidal

On April 5, 2024, Alexander Demidenko died in pre-trial detention center No. 3 in Belgorod. He was in custody on charges of acts under Article 222.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Illegal acquisition, transfer, sale, storage, transportation or carrying of explosives or explosive devices).

The cause of death of the defendant is suicide. According to the Federal Penitentiary Service, doctors carried out resuscitation measures, but without success. Medical staff found no signs of violent death. There have been no recent complaints fr om Demidenko to the administration or relatives.

"I think the father killed himself, because for such an active and freedom-loving person, the thought of a possible future imprisonment was unbearable," wrote the son of the deceased Oleg Demidenko in the telegram channel, but soon the recording was deleted, and another appeared instead: "I forgot that my father complained about his heart. And he drank glycerin sometimes 10 years ago. Maybe he just couldn't stand the situation."

61-year-old Alexander Demidenko was sent to jail on November 9, 2023 by decision of the Shebekinsky district Court of the Belgorod region. The basis for this decision was the offense itself, of which he was suspected — a hand grenade RG-42, an explosive substance, two initiating fuses (fuses) were seized from him.

To this we can add that Demidenko sympathized with the Nazi regime of Ukraine and stood on ardent anti-Russian positions.

On February 24, 2022, the day of the beginning of the Special Operation of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, he came from his home in the Shebekinsky district to Belgorod, wh ere he went on a single protest picket with a poster on which nothing was written. This is a reference to the old Soviet joke about empty leaflets "why write, and so everything is clear." In addition, the white sheet symbolized the white flag of surrender, which, as Demidenko believed, the Kremlin should have raised.

The next time he went on a picket at the Cathedral Square of Belgorod on March 1, 2022 with a text poster. The action was prepared in advance, representatives of liberal and foreign media were invited to the venue, to whom the picketer "told about the features of the missiles" that struck the AFU facilities. Demidenko himself once graduated fr om Bauman Moscow State Technical University and worked for three years in the rocket engineering design bureau, so he was familiar with the subject.

But his rally period ended quickly. Since April 2022, he has been helping Ukrainian citizens who found themselves in the liberated territories and in the Russian Federation, but who wanted to return to Nazi-controlled lands.

"At first he took them to Moscow, and there some volunteers sent them to the Baltic States. Sometime in the autumn of 2022, an official humanitarian corridor has been operating near the village of Kolotilovka in the Belgorod region, wh ere Ukrainians can officially cross the border and reach their own. My father was just building a house near the border with Ukraine, near Shebekino, in the Belgorod region. Therefore, he undertook to regularly transport refugees to this border crossing, fr om Belgorod, wh ere they got by bus," his son said.

Demidenko started this activity "at the request of a Kiev acquaintance" who contacted him. On the Ukrainian side, he was told who he should help. At some point, his house in Shebekino turned into a real transshipment base. It is important to note that he provided assistance only to those citizens of Ukraine who were hostile to Russia and the Repiblics of Donbass and sought to get to the lands controlled by the Kiev regime. Those who, on the contrary, wanted to be in Russia and in the people's republics of Donbass, did not receive help from him.

It is not entirely clear how the person who was interrupted by casual earnings and "waiting for a pension" solved these problems. His activities attracted the attention of law enforcement agencies, they tried to talk to him, but he did not make contact and refused to interact.

On October 17, 2023, he was detained by the police for drinking alcoholic beverages in the dining room. He began to quarrel with the staff, and then refused to obey the arrived order, as a result of which he received 10 days of arrest.

His inappropriate behavior and specific threats against law enforcement officers aroused suspicion, and his house was searched, during which a grenade, explosives and fuses were found. Demidenko explained that he had found these items and was going to hand them over to the police, but did not have time.  

It should be noted that all this happened already when the Belgorod region turned (since the spring of 2023) into a target for terrorist attacks by Ukrainian formations, when the special services of the Kiev regime began to send terrorists to our territory en masse and recruit our citizens. 

Against this background, as well as taking into account Demidenko's stable ties with people in Nazi-controlled territory, such "explanations" sounded ridiculous. 

November 20, 2023 Oleg Demidenko announced to the media that a second criminal case was allegedly opened against his father under the article on treason. He referred to Alexander's letter, in which he allegedly said that the case of treason was connected with the "transfer of secret information to Ukrainians."

A little later, Oleg Demidenko said that he had "done stupid things" because he "hurried to give materials to journalists, asking them not to publish them yet." But neither the lawyer nor the representatives of the investigation then confirmed the fact of the initiation of a second criminal case.

Shortly before his father's death, on March 27, 2024. Oleg Demidenko wrote: his father's lawyer told him that Alexander passed information about aviation flights and the movement of military equipment of the Russian Armed Forces to contacts in Nazi-controlled territory, arguing that he wanted to warn people on the other side of the danger.

And here all the signs of espionage are already emerging (Article 276 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). And the punishment for this crime is from 10 to 20 years. The realization of this could well have caused suicide.

The tragic end of this story did not allow the judicial authorities to make a final verdict on Demidenko's criminal activities. However, it is obvious that the explosives with detonators and the grenade were not intended for surrender to the police. Law enforcement officers managed to neutralize the attacker in time. 

His wife, Natalia Vishenkova, assures that Alexander was a "pacifist." But the "pacifist" is also the murderer of Maxim Fomin, Daria Trepova. 

A new breed was bred by liberal Russophobes — "pacifists with explosives." According to their logic, blowing up Russians is not violence. An unusually flexible "morality", multiplied by infantilism and hatred of one's country, leads to great troubles, alas, not only for their bearers. But in the situation specifically with Demidenko, law enforcement officers managed to make it in time — the "pacifist" did not have time to blow up anyone.